Walk-in medical clinic where doctors and nurses assess and treat minor illnesses and injuries. Website provides guidance on when to visit urgent care, when to visit the emergency room, and when to dial 911.
Outpatient clinic that provides care to patients with advancing kidney disease. The staff in this clinic work with patients to set goals and maintain health while preventing or delaying the need for dialysis.
An emergency ambulance communication service provided by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, Emergency Health Services Branch.
Provides home health care, companionship services and specialized services to seniors in Ontario.
Provides nursing care for seniors and individuals of any age needing disease care, special needs care, or mental illness care. Services are offered both in private homes and in nursing homes and health care facilities.
Provides acute inpatient and emergency care. Orthopedic program combines health care and research to offer patients a range of services dedicated to helping them prepare for and recover from joint replacement surgery. Part of the Hamilton Health Sciences Network.
Provides care by clinicians and psychiatrists who assess and treat patients with acute mental health problems who have presented to the emergency department. Works in partnership with other inpatient and outpatient mental health services to assist individuals in finding the right level of care.
The exercise and falls prevention initiative supports Ontario's Action Plan for Health Care, specifically the focus on supporting seniors to stay healthy and stay at home longer, reducing the strain on hospitals and long-term care homes. Services provided by health promoters and occupational therapists.
Offers in-home health care in private homes, long-term care homes, group homes, hospitals, and community settings.
Hospital providing acute inpatient and emergency care. A regional centre in cardiovascular care, neurosciences, trauma and burn treatment, and research.
Part of the Hamilton Health Sciences Network.